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Italy's 10-Week-Lockdown Has Ended

Italy's 10-Week-Lockdown Has Ended
Bar Bistro in Naples, Italy Credit: Borie

Italy's economy came to a halt in early March, making it the first Western country to impose a nationwide lockdown. Now, after ten weeks, the country is reopening retail stores, restaurants and other customer-oriented establishments. As the nation begins to allow unlimited travel, social distancing rules still apply and people must stay 2 metres (6.5ft) apart.

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